State v. Propst, WD 84236

CourtCourt of Appeal of Missouri (US)
Writing for the CourtPER CURIAM.
Citation642 S.W.3d 385 (Mem)
Docket NumberWD 84236
Decision Date29 March 2022
Parties STATE of Missouri, Respondent, v. Tanner L. PROPST, Appellant.

642 S.W.3d 385 (Mem)

STATE of Missouri, Respondent,
Tanner L. PROPST, Appellant.

WD 84236

Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.

ORDER FILED: March 29, 2022

Paul Brusati, St. Louis, MO, Counsel for Appellant.

Michael Trapasso, Jefferson City, MO, Counsel for Respondent.

Before Division Four: Cynthia L. Martin, C.J., Thomas N. Chapman and W. Douglas Thomson, JJ.


Per Curiam:

642 S.W.3d 386

Tanner Propst appeals his convictions, following a jury trial, for first-degree assault, first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, and armed criminal action. In four points on appeal, he contends that the trial court erred in denying his motion for judgment of acquittal because the evidence was insufficient to show beyond a reasonable doubt that he was an accomplice to the crimes. Because a published opinion would have no precedential value, a memorandum explaining the reasons for this decision is provided to the parties. The judgment is affirmed. Rule 30.25(b).

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